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S. CHRISTINE CAVATAIO, IDEC, LEED AP, NCIDQ, is Associate Professor of Interior Design at Newbury College in Brookline, Massachusetts. A professional interior designer for thirty years, she has also taught at Mount Ida College and Boston Architectural College, and was an interior design program advisor at BAC and RISD.
Table of Contents
|Before Beginning||p. 1|
|Key Terms and Phrases||p. 1|
|About This Text||p. 1|
|Chapter Descriptions||p. 2|
|Drafting versus Freehand Drawing||p. 4|
|What Skills Are Needed to Draft by Hand?||p. 6|
|Why Learn Manual Drafting?||p. 6|
|Three Critical Concepts||p. 8|
|Expectations and Frustration||p. 9|
|Getting Started||p. 13|
|Key Terms and Phrases||p. 13|
|Recommended Drafting Equipment and Supplies||p. 14|
|Care of Tools||p. 22|
|Setting Up the Drafting Surface and Starting Practice||p. 23|
|Line Weights and Line Types||p. 27|
|Understanding Orthographic Drawings||p. 31|
|Key Terms and Phrases||p. 31|
|Defining Orthographic Drawing||p. 32|
|Orthographic Views for Interior Spaces||p. 33|
|Understanding Orthographic Projection||p. 40|
|Considerations for Creating Orthographic Views||p. 40|
|Drafting Conventions||p. 49|
|Learning Architectural Lettering||p. 53|
|Key Terms and Phrases||p. 53|
|Letter Spacing||p. 54|
|Line Spacing||p. 55|
|Lettering With a Triangle||p. 56|
|Stylistic Differences||p. 57|
|Composing the Drawing Sheet||p. 58|
|Adding Details||p. 63|
|Key Terms and Phrases||p. 63|
|Material Symbols||p. 64|
|Line Weights for Details||p. 66|
|Upholstered Furniture in Plan||p. 67|
|Adding the Human Figure||p. 67|
|Plants in the Interior||p. 70|
|Windows in Elevation||p. 70|
|Adding Dimensions and Notes||p. 75|
|Key Terms and Phrases||p. 75|
|Parts of a Dimension Line||p. 75|
|Drawing Dimension Lines||p. 77|
|Placement of Dimension Numbers||p. 78|
|Dimensioning Variations||p. 79|
|Notes in Drawings||p. 80|
|Coordinating Dimensions and Notes||p. 81|
|Developing a Set of Drawings||p. 85|
|Key Terms and Phrases||p. 85|
|Working Drawings||p. 85|
|What Makes Multiple Sheets of Drawings a Set?||p. 87|
|List of Drawings for Construction of an Interior||p. 87|
|Symbols for Set Coordination||p. 89|
|Making Elevation and Section Symbols||p. 91|
|Steps to Developing a Set||p. 92|
|Checking the Drawing Set||p. 93|
|Drafting Three- Dimensional Drawings||p. 97|
|Key Terms and Phrases||p. 97|
|Types of Paraline Views||p. 98|
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